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IN MO. 7' ' "5 13j i A fine a lot of stallions ns was ever W. T. Moren, aged 87, Is dead at hi Another violent earthquake shock has shown in this part of Kentucky wcro been experienced at Messina, Italy. home in Laurel. exhibited here )estnrday. Following Is Judgo T. Gregory has been appointA pot contolning 1850 wns found by n list of them and their owners: men digging n foundation In Lexington. ed postmaster at Drum, Pulaski county. Chester Poavino and All Pcavine ownLondon is to havo a glovo nnd overMaysvlllo's new $75,000 High School ed by II S. Scudder. building will be dedicated during the all factory within tho next few weeks. Carroll Preston, owned by W, O. Summer. Mrs. J, II. Spoonamoro Is dead at Walker. At the present rata tho excavations her homo near Buena Vista, Garrard Ke.l Leaf, It. B. (Joddard. at Pompeii will nut be completed until county. Cold Hond, A. O. T. Tmlth. tho year 1970. Mr. Hiley Sparks, widow of Jnme Dignity Dare, D. S Carpenter. In a fit of despondency, ArthurHunta-man- , Sparks, a Union soldier, Is dead In LauChester Squirrel, John G. Lvnn. of Southwestern Kentucky, sui- rel county. Dr. McKay, J. T. Hugueloy. Ad Bryant was accidentally shot and cided at Frankfort. Ited Squirrel, W. M. Fields & Son. Thero will bo 53 Sunday in this year, killed by a young min named Harmon Preston, J. Carroll Uniley. nn occurrence that will not happen in Whitloy. Ulack Joe, J. D Ed & Son. Tho L. & A. depot and M. F. Whar again for 110 years. Ileau Naboth, J. M Puttus. F. Marion Crawford, the novelist, is ton's store at Valley View, Madison Grant Muniral, It. G. Kvans. 3. Any person who desirea to be n dead at Sorrento, Italy, after a long Ill county, burned. Pence Jr , George O. Spoonamoro & ness. Ha was born In 1851. John Reeves, of Mercer, camo In concundiaato for tho democratic nominaUro. tion for circuit judgo or Commoh. U Cooke, a Montgomery county tact with a live wire whllo at Lexing Preston King and Dr. Dcnham, Car- farmer, committed suicide by blowing ton nnd was instantly killed. nwealth's attorney shall not later! than Miss Sallle Sparks, aged 19, attemptApril 30th, 1909, give notice of such In- roll (Judderar. his head off with a shot gun. Lincoln Squirrel and Kcd Light, G. August Hunlckc, a St. Louis chemist, ed suicide at London via the razor tention, in writing, to G L, Penny, chairman of the District Committee of G Ileazley. committed suicide by leaping from a route, but didn't quite make it. Only Powhatan, L. Itowman Owens. a few weeks prcvloui she drank carbolthird story window of n hospital. tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, In Tho Worfield. Sam M. Owens. addition, candidates for the nomination Mmc. Helena Modjeska, the noted ic ncid. Mux Arbuckle, Denny Hros, Tho barn of Drowery Wilkinson, of for circuit judge shall, at tho time of actress, died nt her home In Hay City, Verdict, A. K Walker. tho Goose Creek section of Casey, burnCal., after a longhfnoss of Bright' giving said notice, deposit with the King Eugle, Jr., C. G. Caldwell & ed, causing a $2,000 I033 with no insuraforesaid chairman tho sum of fGOO, ance. Eight horses and mule and a A factory is to established at and candidates for the nomination for Son. King F.aglc and Ashland Ilrook, S. Commonwealth's attorney shall, at tho Ga., to make a prnctlcal test of lot of corn were destroyed. The Q. & C. has Issued an order fortime of giving said notice, deposit with T. Harris and Itobert Wood. manufacturing paper out of cotton Stonewall Denmark, James fl. Ead stalks. bidding nny of their employes who are tho chairman $300. Mr Fanny Van Zandt, known as the in any way connected with tho running if 4 Said District Committee shall meet &. Son. Dick Wilkes, F E. Urawncr. "Mother of the Texas Republic," is of their trains, from entering a saloon at tho office of tho secretary In Dan Don Varrlck, Dr. G. G. Perry dead at Fort Worth, Tex. She was 91 either on or off duty and from drinking ville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, J. C. Keid, llenjumln. any intoxicating drinks. years old. 1909, at 2 P. M., and if, at the expiraJesso Alverson, Morgan Smith Ilaugh- Gov. Willson set tho stamp of his Miss Mary Rogers Chiles, of Mont- tion of tho time fixed by Section 3 gomery county, is paraljzed as the re- disapproval upon emotional insanity hereof, there be not more than one can- man. Dock Gray, Hugh Keid Foster. sult of a fall, caused by stumbling over and what Is called tho "unwritten law" didate for circuit judgo or CommonStonewall Jackson und Hilly Hrecken-ridg- her pet cat. when he refused to grant a pardon to wealth' attorney who has compiled property of A. T. Traylor &Son, with tho conditions of Section 3. then Fire at Midland, Tex , caused a loss Otis Gragg convicted of manslaughter the commltteo will declare to bo the Almont Dare, owned by E. S. Powell of f300,000 in tho business section of in Pulaski county and sent up for three Ho killed nominee for the office sought, that per-so- n & Son, Galton, belonging to W. M. tho city. Ono hotel, two banks nnd years for manslaughter. Minerva Bowman, his mother-in-lawho is tho only candidate, and shull Dodd, and Red Hex, Jr., property of many stores were burned. Mrs. Cynthia Hardy is dead at Au- He shot his wife in her presence, and refund to such candidato tho entrance W. P. Grimes, were conspicuous for fee paid by him, less his proportion of their absence. gusta, aged 90. She was born in Brack- wnen ner motner rusneu to save ner a colAll were in the pink of condition and en county and was never outside its second shot killed her. The plea was the costs already accrued from advermany of them showed speed and action. borders, nor was sho ever on a train for tho election. thut Gragg was not in his right mind. tising and preparing probably the G. The polls shall be opened in each It was a good horse show The jury which tried Mrs. Georgia and ovcry precinct of all tho counties best ever held here. Allyn Simpson at Lons, N. Y., on the To the Temperance People of Ken- 1 n tho district aforesaid, in tho uual tucky. charge that h murdered her husband, President Taylor, at Huntington, Harry Sampson, brought in a verdict of and regular voting places. Friends: Encouraged by the general W. Va. f. Uoon tho closinir of the iwlls, the not guilty. approval from all part of the State officers shall proceed to count tho bal Mrs. Millie Jarvisand younggon were (Central Methodist ) that has met our stand for constitutiong lots and to mako returns, and in so burned to death near Ohvo Hill. The It is right hard for an al State-wid- e prohibition, the Kentucky governed by the provisions shall be to get entirely away from his friends boy's clothing caught from n grate nnd of tho general election laws, and the and acquaintance. When tho young the mother Inst her life in attempting Prohibition Committee and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union returns shall bo made to the chairmen ladies of Johnson Memorial church were to save him. now invite the League, the of the respective counties in the disThe bridge between Jackson and in need of an address to help them meet Y. M. C. A , nil religious bodies and all trict, who will deliver the South Jackson was leased by the certain obligations, they laid strong friends of State-wid- e prohibition to tho certificates, and any questioned bal- hands on Prof. 11. K. Taylor, of tho Breathitt Fiscal Court to Curt Hogins send delegates to a general convention lot to thii committee. for an annual rental of $1,500 for the Kentucky Wesleyan College. He came to bo held In Louisville at Marcus Lind-so7. The officers of election shall bo se last week and guvo us his splendid ad- tolls collected Memorial Methodist church, corner lected from lists to bo offered by the Joel Payne, a Negro, was hanged in dress on "Cuba, Then, and Ten Year Shelby nnd Main streets, on Tuesday candidates. In accordance with the pro Bedford City. Va , for the murder of After the Spaniard Left." It was and Wednesday, April 20 and 21, for visions of tho primsry election law, by Reed Swain, his father-in-laa year tho purpose of considering ways and thoroughly nnd full of thrillGet luiy and give your orders for Fertilizer. committee. the district ing interest. Tho audience went away ago. He was convicted before the elec- mean3 of prosecuting a vigorous, unitS. Each candidate shall be entitled to trocution law went into effect. ed, campaign for imme designate by written notlco to the delighted with tho address and the lecJohn Jackson was convicted in the prohi I have the nicest line of Uu iriPi hn rrey, each county committeo in turer. President Taylor never forgets Marshall circuit court nnd sentenced to diate constitutional, State-wid- o chairman of Pluetous nnd Runabouts that he is a christian and a Methodist. bition. Respectfully, the district, not less than five days be- that one year in the penitentiary for being Would that the land was full of such H. W. Davis, Chairman Pro, Com. have ever handled. Call aud look before buying Also McCornmck Ma-Sfore May 15, 1909, tho name of one per implicated in tho famous Birmingham voting precinct in each men. Come again, professor; the latch raid. Dr. Champion was convicted on Francis E. Beauchamp, Pres. State W. chines. Globe Fertilizer fiir Tobacco and Com son for each the Kraiise Pilot county, to act as challenger and inspec- string is on the outsido and the wel- the same charge last year. His time C. T, U. come will be equal to your own KenAxle Riding Cultivator. for said candidato at said primary tucky tor horftuhty. W. F. Lloyd. Prof expired this week. Strange Story. election. Tho jury in the case of Jas. II. Par-rijTaylor will deliver this popular lecture 9. On the next day after the returns A tramp came to the garden gate. the Owensboro banker, whoso trial on Cuba at tho Methodist church on shall have been made, tho committee With pity in her eye has been in progress nt llawcsville for vote cast Saturday night, April 2tth. shsl! c:t and cinv"" the 10 days, found him guilty of tho charge Shu handed the poor man a plate and Issue certificates of nomination. Of huckleberry pie. of knowingly receiving deposits at his "I'd Rather DIo, Doctor, 10. Tho chairman of tho district is dithan have my feel cut oil," said M. L. bank when it wns insolvent, and fixed When such a story I relate rected to employ n person to copy from Illnghiun, of I'rlncevtlle, 111 , "but his punishment at fivo years in tho penThero Is no need to sigh. tho regular registration books made In LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOW jou'll dlo from gangrene (which had itentiary. It's not a mournful fact I state Harrodsburg in 190S. the Danvillo and eaten a way elghl to:..) if you don't", Sho handed him eomepie. Ben, alias "Booker" Brame, a Nenames of nil democrat, and tho person said all doctors Instead ho ued gro. 18 years of age, was lynched by a so employed shall return tho copies, was her first one, too, I hate ltueklen'ii Arnluu Salvo till whollj mob of between 200 nnd 300 farmers .It required by law, to the To palter or to lie. certified as . euit-dIts cutv of Eczema, Fever for attempting to result Miss Ruth Gee, HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES She gave that sorry reprobate chairman, who shall causo them to bo Sores, llolU, Uurns and Piles ns daughter of William Gee, a duly delivered to the officer of election. Her first completed pio. tho world. :Uc at Funny's Drug prominent Trigg county farmer. After tound Exhibits ol Latest Models Cars, Part's, Accessories, Etc. Tho chairman Is further directed to He took it, too. He did not wait, Store. Chasses and other Special Features an search tho mob located eiuso to be printed and prepared for He was in no way shy. Brame, who was carried beforo the requisite number nnd kind of ujo the For tho second tlmo in history tho KENTUCKY AUTO CO. LONGEST He thanked her kindly and he ate JOHN MASON STRAUSS BROS. CO. 0LOS MOTOR WORKS ballots, which shall bear tho facsimile Nlugaru falls nro mute. A big ice jam Misses Geo and positively identified PRINCE WELLS CO. HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO. MILES AUTO CO. Her huckleberry pie. REIMERS MOTOR CAR CO. The mob carried Brame to Flat Lick, of his signature, and ho will procure has clogged tho river and a strong Still, his was not a hapless fate, tho necessary election suDpliea nnd southwest wind bus frozen it from bank near the Trigg and Christian county He did not groan and die, causo them, togotlier with tho ballots, to bank. The jam has also caused dam-ag- o line, nnd hanged him to n tree. Although he did not hesitate to bo delivered to tho officers of electo tho extent of 1,000,000 to manuSwept Over Niagara. To eat tho lady's pie. bi-ution, na required by law. factories along it banks on account of -- .. This terrible calamity often happens 11. The chairman will cause copies the sudden rise of the water above the I'm telling you this story straight becaubetha cureless boatmun ignores hereof, certified by himself nnd tho sec- stoppage. And there's no reason why tho river's warnings-growinripples retary of tho commltteo, to bo posted I should not. It was a first-rateurront-Nnturowarnings and faster Up Boforo Tho Bar. ut tho court house door in Stanford, A truly splendid pie. N. II Drown, an attornoy, of Pitts-Hel- are kind. That dull pain or ache intho Lancaster, Danvillo and Hnrroduburg, Foley's Honey aud Tar Is safe Vt writes: "Wo have uscdDr back warns you the Kidneys need atand in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in tho district for not less King's Now Llfo Pills forjeurs nnd tention if you would cscapufatal inula-die- s guard against serious results from Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright a di- Spring colds, which inflame tho lungs than 40 days prior to May 15, 1909, and find them such a good family medicine said notlco shall bo published in each wo wouldn't bo without them." For sease. Take Electric Hitters at once and develop into pneumonia. Avoid FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER Chills, Constipation, Ullloufciicss or and seo Uackauho lly und ull your counterfeits by Insisting upon having democratic newspaper in tho district. (,. L. PKNNV, Ch'nin. Sick Headache they work wonders, 25c best feelings return. "After loug uf tho genuine Foley's Honey and Tar, EAST TELEPKOHE ferlng from weak kidneys nnd lame which contains no harmful drugs ClIENAULT HUOUELY, Sec'y. at Penny's Drugstore. IKCCR0'Trr back, ono ?1 bottlo wholly cured me," New Stanford Drug Co. A bath for every pupil in tho elo writes J. H. Ulankenahlp, of IJolk, Don't drug tho Stomach, or btbnu Four large tobacco barna were burnlutotho Heart or Kidneys. That U mentury Bchool once a week If he Tenn. Only 50o at Penny's Drugstore. ed at Mayfield Sunday morning. The EST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL needs it, is tho motto under which the wrodg. It In the weak nenes that aro 0 One of tho strongest section of tho loss is estimated at $35,000, with 10,110. ervm out for help. Vltallo these Board of Education of Chicago is proTho fire is said to have insurance. Ilenu NnhotliVdnm Norn llnuiiuiniiu by weak Inside- controlling nerve with ceeding In an unprecedented movement Alabama prohibitory law waa declared Richest and Most Productive Land with personal cleanliness In tho schools unconstitutional by Justice Mayfield at originated from the boiler rooms of NorvnlMS, by Klectlnneer 115; Jnd ilum I.-l- a Dr. Shoop'a Restorative, nnd mhj how for J., by Metropolitan 137. by lliimhleton-In- n Lewis & Gordon's rehandling houso. A 10; 3rd dam JOM'phltit) by Mumbrlno Montgomery. The section knocked out Unfalllnu Artesian Wells. quickly good health will como to you Ithdum storage warehouse, HtitrllKiitSVUby Parlbuy 411; bred) ; Mbilury If you have backache and urinary prohibited the storing or possession of large association ! Sold by PenWither by Olher (thorough dam U;al,n. Tost It und troubles you should tuko Foley' Kid- liquor in any building or apartment filled with tobacco, was saved after a bv Wautivritltli Until by Iniu. Trunbv: Ttli ny's Drugstore. d a in byTboriiton'a Hauler. Hevttn bund ml aud tlxty acre of land ney Uemcdy to strengthen und build which was inhabited. hard fight. iniiu rBix)in u it iiuiiuiHiiiiH iiny, xiiiuiiiik fertllvuttbutof tbtt bed ol tliu Nile, in -NWS linJ, of urvut ktylo nnd nrlluu und chocolate and dark, wtndy loam n well red, mm In a up tho kidney so they will act procr-l- y a Indictment aro ta bo returned iimvwl liUnblllty to Impart lilt tiunll. heavy, rich, bluclc alluvial Mill. On It nre A tickling or dry cough van bo lin to lilicolU. Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cofus a serious kidney trouble may t short time against somo 35 banks in bolty undcoiittantly HohIiik urtealnu quickly loosened with Dr. Snoop's tic Will tmid ut tho burn of Ktdli White, VA well. Ono of them nloiw will furululi fee ever yet made Is Dr. Snoop's Kentucky which have, failed to make re- dovolop. Now Stanford Drug Co. mllt'Hoiilli of water to Irrigate tho entile truct, Cough Hemedy, No opium, no chlo at IIS to liuiiro Htiiiiford,ii'nrHunuTM't plku u ll InK volt. port to the Secretary of State, as rewhich In fenced and crou fenced and hat Health Collee, It Is fine In tlavor-anMuri'i from n dltmu-- grainl ut OOo a t ek l)ecetary lmproenienti In the Hay all roform, nothing unsafe or harsh. of quired by law. The ico jam in the Niagara gorge Money due wlii'ii iiinruli trudidor parted Is mudo la just ono minute. No and burn all new. On It Sold by Penny's Drug Store. with or bred eluvwhvrt). Tliu twtt oeraonul delllnm,lbed excellent condition aro 15d According to a mathematician of the continue, and between Niagara Fall tedious 20 or 30 inluutes boiling. growluK aud In Mado cum tuiun, though noretpoiiklblllty for fruit tree of different Mtrlellei, for price School Board. Now York City spend !'cao. und term uddrent Kd I Kleehearty. corner hone- Ernest C. Ball, a annually on the education of its children and Lewlaton the water has, risen 40 from pure parched grains, malt, uuts, When nUvtMbtt) Impregnator will be uied. Nuvauru and Crockett ttrveU, Han Antonio, etc, Sample free. Penny 'a Dru jr Store. man of Woodford county, is dead. feet abovo normal. 5 for each inhabitant. J. M. I'KTTUH, BUoford, Ky. Texas. I Call For Primary. Call for Democratic Primary In tho 13th Judicial Dlstrlctmadeby tlio Democratic District Committer. 1. A primary election I hereby calleil, to bo held In the acveral voting pro- etnett of Lincoln, Hoyle, (Jarrard and Mercer counties, between 0 A. M. and 4 r. M on Saturday, May 15, 19W, for the purpose of nominating democratic candidate for the ofllcc of circuit attorney In Judgo and Commonwealth' and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to bo voted for at the regular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall bo entitled to voto in said primary election, and aro requested to do ao. The Horse Show. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. JrV i f Ol X 1 tfl "SCl Kir IK y 4 m Vim cam do wrong Tailoring, in Fit, you wear one of our O Cor-del- e, ri W In Style, in Quality, in e, Hart, Schaffner & flarx Spring Suits. They are reliable in all the things ajwell dressed man looks for. The latest in fabrics, orings, patterns and models. We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade. Kl do-in- Cummins & Wearen, ti STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Anti-Saloo- n stub-book- y FARMERS! first-clas- s n I ee , h, & V V- E. T. FENCE, STANFORD. U -( APRIL 15, 16, 17 y rfwu MWifctj Jib g 's iMNSFER mm TEHNE88EE 11 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHSNS fc C0MPrlv Beau Naboth 45,006, Br Naboth $27,-00- uru-de- d well-kno- n -- Jfs "ssr "w -- Wr BtSW r.w,v-T- . JTWfJTPjr- V- - - The Interior Journal. CC WALTON CHARLES A.'HAROIN, of Mercer county. Is n candidate, for Commonwealth's Attorney of imi, the Wth district, subject to the nctlon of the democratic party. JOHN SAM OWSLEY, JR., If a candidate for circuit Judge of this, Hi., J.tth district, subject to the. nctlon ol the Democratic, party. '$ V 1 i m i if Tennessee will recommend tho appoint-- , ment of Mrs. E. W. Carmack as pott-- 1 A farm on Indian Urcck, 1RT acres, 1 mistress at Columbia. They will ask miles from graded school, at Mlddlehurgj n) acres In cultltatlon, rest In timber; Rood In tho tho democratic Congressmen dwelling, barn acd all necesanry outbuild-IngDealer In and Manufacturer of Stato in loin (hum In niixhlnir hfr claim. I Kxreltcnt tobacco, corn and grass land; good orchard; farm well watered, fall Tho bill providing for taking tho 13th Marblo Monu- - on or address V. M. I'KIIKINH, Mlddlcburg, Ky. census was passed by a viva voco voto montS, M. C. 8AUFLEY In tho Senate without uny imnortant Mnrkcrs anil Ioits, f'emetery nn.l Lawn.Mcvasesand Ketlees. Otllco and works, Is a candidate for circuit Judge of thl, the An amendment by Mr. Bailey, Kinney. Ky. litth Judicial district, subject to tliB nctlon change. of the Democratic pnrty. taking appointments for tho census work from tho Civil Scrvlco Commis- LJ3.XZ ttdeslre to sell privately my stock of It is hard to tell which Is the warm- ion, was defeated. Hardware. ltolng a good a. H. II. 11. est advocato of tho whisky business tho Will Invoice iititut tV'- - lUnson or me rcputmcans in aired by Dignity Dare lwi. ho by (.'hcter III representatives health. Frankfort Stato Journal or the Courier-Journa- l. tho Third juuicia ilUtrirt will call on Dare I", he by Hlack Hnulrrelfti. he by King l".0. 1). HOi'l'KU.Htnnford.Ky. w,HlimW Doth papers devoto a Rood Attorney General James Dreathitt this l.ler.iltll Vol. stdnmTonway t7w,nlso res-- 10. A. T. II. It, Hlui lir ilnllah Mnmlirlno (371)). he li, Almont UEl share of their editorial and news col- week and petition him to accept tho Slid dam Uuly Diivla l.r C'rlt Dntls.hy Hour- umns dally to the boozo cause and each nomination for circuit judge. Either ion UhlettSrd dam Mnttln H lv Light, hy Foreigner, (llcncu; severely ridicules those persons who fa Christian or Trigg county will furnish 4th dam Mettle 0.. hy Imported Copper Crab Orchard, Kontucky, bv lluimrit. vor proniDinon. It is a pity that men republican enndidatn for Common bottom.fithdam . IniDorttil as wo art) able so far Notk. Alniont-Knrcliko Messrs. Walton and Watterson do wealth's attorney. to dlscoter. It tho tint hortn on record hav- It now ready to aerre hla nlil frlemla anil ing to his credit the honor of defeating with hoiH'S to malce manr new onea. If you Imv. not put their talents to better use than thoie of hit great lire. Dig- it inuleur horse to After three weeks' of consideration hl own progeny no the work of for nity mai 01 attempting to lurlhcr a cause the Payne tariff bill was passed by tho colli Dare.dulng theywith his lint crop an n him and have It caatrale ae He makes done right. every time came together. As sptK'lalty of castrating rtdgellngs. which is responsible for more wrecked House of Representatives by a vote of Individual thu Is a ery attractive home. 10 minus mgii nun loisot weigiiinmt human beings, blasted hopes, trouble 217 to 161. One Republican, Austin, of color. Imy; action extremely high andliniili, Itching Skin Diseases fast. Hhowsodlstlnct saddle gaits, all very fatt Are readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid and heartaches than all the other dam. .....! un nivoou.u ami tciMicaavc, ,uicuk A tun brother to the great nable agencies combined. If tho above and four democrats, all from Louisiana !or external use. Zcmo gives instant ,' editors must have "red liquor in theirn" Messrs. uroussard, Estopinal, Pujo and Dare, that won more premiums fur the clicf and permanently cures any form suppose they go ahead with it and let IVUIIIT. "" ( Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All An ottamnt oy insniiy ...wn..., .wwv.v.A .w. i. .... ........,. l, j .nU,"'r.0' ,.limre, "" ""? those who do not agroo with them on Champ Clark, the minority leader, to Wen. It not for two anltnts ennilnir on him Druggists. Write for sample. E. Vt he would easily the subject also have a say in the mat- recommit the bill with instructions fail unampionsnip. hate won thu mate's Haddle lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. "T result of u ' m long and careful innnoreun mating best ter. We do not agree with tho d principal change made in tho the country nlTordcd. ilia of the very blood ed. Tho DRUG STORE. Iwickltn;, In gentlemen that all of the brains bill was to put oil on the free list. A f I' . Indltlduullty, Isnaatrong in Gibraltar GLJPENNY'S nnd V, sss V if V nnd his colts are rapidly iirot Ing him. H.'n of this grand State are on their side of VTRACOOTJ this horao and you will he well uilii. He 11H) at our stnble, will tnaks the season of the question and that those who take is- Here and There. mllrs from Hustontlllfl on tin. Huston-vlile2t Liberty pike, at IIS to Insure a living Idcrhcimcr, Stein &: Co. buo with them are either "numbskulls," The wife of U. S. Senator Jell Da colt. Mares tiaded or bred eltewhero renIt A K I K The farm of 10 acres, of cood blue grass "fanatics" or "nincompoops." That ders seasondiieat time of such transaction. land, l Ine 0110 mile North of Mc Kinney .on condition may exist in Louisville and vis, of Arkansas, is dead at Little Rock. , Will ntu stand a inula Jack at 1. the Htanford pike. Improvements and Grass Frankfort, but a trip to this section of The second whirlwind campaign for month. furnished In abundance toat t! per fencing good: plenty of water and fruit. Our personal attention nil stock Also 12. acres of tlmliered land one mile glorious country will convince the education in Kentucky will bo launched but will not be responsible for accidents. Knit of McK Inner : half under fence: nlentr God's K, H. TOWKIJiA HON, Hustonvllle, Ky. of water and good tobacco land. Hcegro. June 27 and last through July 3. gentlemen that there are somo real nn crop. j. .t.iu yn.-nh-, ARcnt, Six persons lost their lives in .1 fire JlcKlnn-- y, Ky. sensible people who are not for the freo at Lenox, Mass. Four blocks of tho and unlimited sale of red liquor. They should investigate a little further be- business section of the city were deU1M. DrncHHTlnv AMillKKPiitNfi. Kouryenrs fore they speak for the State at large. stroyed. We will stand at inr farm near Trench. old, I.V8 bands, li bright hay with liest of erstllle the The ambition of his life to have Gen bone, conformation mid action. 811ns Anderson Hlr.il by has li) Rotten lTtM, That Fairbanks, Hemenway and esee county, Mich., go dry having been Hex reuvlneMiss he by ItetnS3, McDonald km. Jack, which Jack perhapscounty, as many InIn the coltsnsany nt li to Madison dam br Watson mtendto return to Indiana and realized, old man Cudley dropped dead First 10. Heconddam by IVatlno'tlS. Chester sure a Hung colt. Will also stand the splenDare Third did lVatlnestalllou. Ilnl Hex. Jr., I.y lt.il dam by Htonewnll Jackson li. make a fight on Senator Beveridge's with delight. iuii, ne uy uex ivnttne, nt ll to insure n Notk. This horse needs no Introduction lit Inn domination of the Republican party in Over 10.000 acres of George . Van. to the people of this county, llu has been only a colt. He will beofpermitted to serte limited number mares. before the public the Hoosier State is believed to be in- derbilt's reforested land near Asheville, his show record Is slncen loalI;sufllce mid W. llH!XI1.t I.KVl known It to l'niichersvllie. dicated by their frequent refusals to ac- N. C., was burned over by forest fires, say, he was shown all oter Kentucky last season by U. T. hiindldge nnd met defeat cept Federal office at tho hands of supposedly set by incendiaries. only a few times, llewentnround nohorse, showed every week President Taf t. Former Senator HemThe indictments against Gov. Has- stake saddle rings ngaliist nllageslnsweep. and was neter further enway recently turned down tho mis- kell, of Oklahoma, charged with fraud Uick than second. He Is a show horso unWill mnVe the season of 1HV nt our stable. In harness hu sion to China, and former Senator Ful- in Muskogee town lots, were quashed der saddle. roudster rings. has won iiulte n SS miles from Stanford, on the Stanford and numlier of He defeated all ages ut Nlcholastllle In big roadster ring. romerset pise, at iiuio insure a living coll ton, of Oregon, has been offered the and ho will not have to stand trial. ou fee from his breeding he has two crossHe Is a nil sorrel, I tears old, hands high post. A party of five former Kentuckians es ol IUackSUlrrel,tnoof IViitlue.twoof and ii natural nddie and harness horse. He If you are slrnl by Cliel-ledined together in Louisville GO Htonewall Jackson. horse blood, looking lor hasplentyofstyleiindnctlon. Dare, No. Hi, N.r who fashionable raddle here it Is, Hiulrrel. he by Chester RESroNDlNG to an appeal from Wil- years ago, met by Hlack Hmitrrel f., by at Independence, Mo., nee him and see him do and tou will breed H. II. It. hehe by King Williamhe67. hItiack to him. Kagle7l, by liam Jennings Bryan, the Lower House last week and broke bread together. Will serten limited numlier of mures nt Washington Denmark nt, he by (lalnes Denof the Texas Legislature passed the At Pinckard, Woodford county, Jas. (u to Insure a lit lug colt. mark 1. 1st dam by Hlack i.urte. lie b void Hlonewnll Jackson, he bv Washington bank guarantee bill SO to 13. The coun-tr- y M. Owen, a blacksmith, was shot four iH'iiniiiri.an.i ue ny llnxirie.i ii,ngeIonl. ALL PEAVINE, Slid dum Mauibrlno Chlel. rejected this and other planks of times and probably fatally wounded by Hubject to Register. A lieu on the democratic platform last year, but Robert Carroll, a farmer. The latter This horse Is threw years old. a red sorreli money Isretained Careall coltstintlltheseason paid. taken to pretent accl good shaixtl one and asgoo.1 united one as dents but not reiHinilble should any occur the States are adopting it fast, espec was drinking. CO J on will Mild anywhere. He Is 15.S lunula SeiiMin moneydue when marels traded or high, was shown all oter the ially In the West, where wildcat bank, Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, has in- mm nnnuiiiy iii'i.iiu.l twice Htatelast tear pnrtedwtth. uy W. M.FIKMIHA.HOV ing flourishes. stallions once under saddlennd once In structed the Prosecuting Attorney for harness, l IxHli times bv his half Orange and Washington counties to in- brothers. Ho ou si e he hasn't u bad record , AS far as rates nro concerned the as a show horse. Ho Is all his name Implies. sired Senate tariff bill has been completed, vestigate the reports of gambling at lieliiK Ine by lle lVat Ine i;ii. Istduiii by l'oat M.tud dam by Wnrr n HarrisHlrtil Iij I'reston Vli, by Washington 'A, by but it is announced that reservations French Lick, and if he finds them truo dam by John Xmely. If 50U are to proceed against the proprietors of looking for l'eavlne blood here It Is Will Cromwell 73, by Wiishlngton Denmark m. r TV j. r? will be made Jon impottant schedules, U- - iHTtnltt.il to serte limited sired by Hooch uumlcr of 1st dum mares at l.t) to insure a living colt. including hides, steel rails, wood pulp the games. Snd dam Lady 1'ence bv Almoin ForAt Mime time and place will stand two rest Hrd dam by tlnrrard Chief and crude petroleum. It has been degood mule Jacks at H to Insure a lit Ing Carroll I"r MATRIMONIAL. These Jacks need 110 tidtertltlng as thev bined stallionston, beautiful dnpple buy com1V3 lull, foaled May Ji. 1HV cided to continue the Dingley rates on hatoiiiiidesevernlseiikotisat this liarn anil weighing l.iviKiund. full etery hosieiy and gloves. Garrett Smith and Miss Martha on all one knows their coin, m.tvi.... .... .1.... to end. He Is made without made from end n fault and Is the hot end tertlsetl stock when saddle Mayes were married at Rowland on the Is sold, traded or bred to nther stock. mare one of the duett Due that Kentucky hnseter prnlucd. stallions purHe has In all cases when colt U foal.il. The arrivaljof twins in the family of 11th. no weak points mid Is able to golnnnvcom. puny. This colt Is worth coming miles to JIcKlnney. It.H.i'l'DDi:it, Wm. Hedringer, a farmer near BouJames W. Reynolds and Miss Belle see nun issunjeel to inspection til any time. quet, Pa., has resulted in the death of Griffin were made one at the bride's His sire was the champion show- - horse for tiars, and his dam Hab l'ence was the unthe father nnd his mother-in-laThe residence Sunday. beaten show marefortenrs In Kentucky, latter succumbed to heart disease, the After having been divorced for sevINo.WM.) We class this colt as one of Kentucky's U'tt CO result of excitement, and Hedringer, on eral years, John R. Johnson and Mrs. Vol. 17 A. T. II. It., briil by Kui'ene Muck- stallions. er, (leoruetown. Ky. Ashlund llrook was Will let him serve a few- npproted mures hearing the news, went to the barn and Eva Frances Johnson were remarried foalid Itssl. solid bav with left hind .t nt lii to Insure n living colt. 1 white, stands IM, hands hlKh. shot himself. Mar- -, p.tnril mi j m -r month, but not at Lexington. 1 ..S. ..! o, Jt.n... I.ltHIK, 1U7UU. rtcord S:lrt'.. I. sire n( M,.r,.,.r..i responsible should accident occur. the Mrs. Nannie Parks Embry, of Rich llatliunte, 1:11', lie, tie llrook, iui 1)0 we eat sweets? Well, we should W. O. WAI.KKIt. Htanfonl, Ky, S:i;., Iji. say we do. The consumption of sugar mond, announces the engagement of dy llellbrook.z;!;1,, Jennie llrook, ill :IJ'4 r.iiioti monc, r:iij laniy llrook. J:.m Itunnlnu llrook. llrook last year in the United States was her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Buford andDnrkniijht, Nu iSW, iCJn. Hllenl Hearch-IlKh- t theslrt. of Embry, to James Dunlop, of New by nearly 6.400,000,000 pounds-show- ing tMiii llrlulitllKlit. 2:in'i. and nlpi. a per capita use of 82 pounds $8 for the York. The marriage will take place in S.owy,. DarknlKht sired by Aicj one No. record :?. Ashland lirook's 1st dam llunu Stanford, Kentucky. Richmond June 26. Wren by Ashlund Wilkes, I.Vl: record i:W' average family. the sire of John It. (lentry,S:ui'i, Hnlly Louis L. Walker, the n S.I)1,: Ashlund Wilkes sired by IMI Supreme Justice Harlan owns a "sa- Lancaster attorney and politician, will Wilkes, ma, he by ()ere Wilkes, second dam, Hide Lilly, bv 1'ietender, llM.Hnl dum be married to Miss Grace by J I in Monroe. MTi. cred cat" from Burman, valued at Ashhuid llrook Kinnaird, daughter of the late Robert Notk. lots of Mitittiince,Is a handsome way with has u lold Kinnaird. The marriage will occur at of points with speed, stylo and action. His oldest crop of colts ure two years old, nnd POLITICAL. Or. J. B. KInnaird's home in Lancas they are nil one could expect, they all U g good colors with plenty ol size, mid Hugh Mahin was nominated without ter. (treat style and finish. Ashland llrook will make the present season at 11.1 to Insure n opposition for Representative from JesIlvlnit colt. CHURCH MATTERS. Will also stand the ureal mule and Jennet samine county. new; $60,000 Christian Jack. Hilly Keen... nt 111) for mares and $itf Tho bill providing State-wid- e Winchester's prohifor Jennets to Insure a llvlnii colt. Hilly bition was made a special order of busi- church will bo dedicated next Sunday. niMtu ....tiruuj Will Jri'lltJ, Sl nam uy the Imp. Dulermo, 2d dam by U.vl HubbleSi The State Baptist Sunday School Con- I'rluce.tbeslreof Joe lllackburiiiiun Ilrltt- ness by the Florida Senate for April 15. limy Keene stands 10 hands. Senator Paynter introduced in the vention convenes.i at ..Elizabethtown nulla, nun mi.itu kjiiiis aim fulln oreeuer Is as ulnb.. uusurimssed as muleor Jennet Jack, hlscolts Senate a bill to establish a fish culture Wednesday. up-to-d- ate umiijr uignest Rev. D. M. Walker and Rev. W. S. traded. uruiKiiiK ine or bred prices. Mares station in Kentucky, to be located near parted with elsewhere forfeits til.' Insurance Which has placet! it in tlio market second to none. It ia Gambo, of the Third Christian church, at the time of suchand monev lirrninai .in.. Frankfort. transaction. hull strong, P'ff The Iowa House has passed the Sen- Louisville, will exchange pulpits next tight, well galvanized mid of tho Wet Heieemer steel wire. Call nud rw it. ate bill prohibiting intoxicants on trains. Sunday. On March 27th tho Christian Sunday This puts an end to the sale of liquor I No. SIM.) Somo interesting prices for next 30 tiny. Sco Desiring to change my location, I will on the Poultry Fence wo I.uvq. Vol.8. A. B. II. It Klnir Kni1.. I. Mi,,..i. on dining cars. school had an attendance of 143 and col WKDNKHDAY.AI'IUL, lltb.lM), iilKh.dtirk bay with How Inn mam, , tall, Gov. Hughes' plan of direct nomina-tion- s lected $2.51 regular collection. One noes all the units with nlentv ulinmi m.,.. At my homo In 1'reachersvllle, Ky., sell at ' ',v nubile outcrv tho following personal nron. was repudiated by the New York year ago last Sunday this same school mid action. 1V.I1IOHICK. Hired by Hoyal Klnir. fflSS. he erty, by Oil Tliiie.7, he by Htonewnll Jackson, 1 milk cow and calf, S milk cows, Assembly Judiciary Committee and the had an attendance of 37 and collected t yearli. Itoyai King's 1st dam .Mollle Mouutx ling heifers. 1 steer calf, s brood mures, 1 52 cents, Mt. Vernon Signal. adverse report was sustained. SMI, wus by the ootid sire UahbeU's loxlin In lout to Jack, I three.) lllley, I SURVEYING AND CIVIL touK. H. King Kaifle's 1st dam Hip, :bj horse, both by Hllver King; a The lower house of the Missouri Gen-erI mule, well broke; s During tho Spring every one would shiibr KiirIu lilrd, loll he by old King Ka. Jennets; ., u.iii, uj am i.ioii, horse mules: comAssembly adopted the minority renam ii, Denmark, he bv Milim-- ,iraii..n..,.i-by coming mure mule; larrls' Iml.s of port recommending favorably the State- be benefitted by taking Foley's Kidney 13.th (lam hy Jim Hell Itliorouiililir.d.) ' ing hay. lot of lulled straw-- , aitwo.horse good 1 'K Itoyul KlngA. he uenieuy. n furnishes a needed tonic Notk. King Kagle is a combined stallion, wagon; S buggies mid bnruesst mowing I am prepared tndoall kinds of surveying Htonewnll Jackson, by tin flme. ?& , Vlnm wide prohibition constitutional amend Kluulst II engineering nnd styled many mid to the kidneys after the extra strain n breeder of lino colored style high action. luiu'lilue; some plows mid plow- gear sale. and clt guaranteed and promptly. Jly work Mollle Mount. ni. w.". Vy thenot,,! , VM colts, they all having die. other things. Also one Jack for will be my prices ment. and He sired the colt won the y staku at He Is l&'i hands high, t years old, sired by sonab o. Write me at McKlnney orare rea. ruii'iri 14 kiiigipn , K.H. King Kiirles.lst i. tall mo . ii President Taft won a signal victory of winter, and It purlUes tho blood by tunmnuiuiu . ... thai (liesiulslllKeill JII. llluck Cloud, he bv Tom Keii. hna 1mm mer the telephone through the lluttontllle :,.?,iV;,,!,v,.hlir-,,K"- ,,i fi Mini by ,1.11.1 ou ituiK r.iiuii. IttMl stimulating the kidneys, and causing defeating here four or the get of t,e tried und Is n good breeder. when the Senate Finance Committee dam by Harris Denmark,dam great Uex lVatlue. This get of King Kugle's I will at same time and place olTer my mark tjjtlhdiiui I.y Jim Hcll.T'horougli briil. W'AI.TKU MiKNNi:v, i tliu Kiistnkuiii llurrodibiirir farm of ITS acre. . Thlsiroierly Issltuatedlit agreed to let the Houso provision stand, them to elemliiatu tho Impurities from King KllUlH. Jr-I., .1 ..:?. SI entries mid defeated Kentucky. I'reacherstllle. Drenuon. sGi be i.i wZ:,."" ",",?..""" admitting annually 300,000 pounds of It. Foley's Kldnoy Itemedy Imparts with this slake two out of threethe colt Ihal and Is one of theLincoln County.farms In this won .' """".I most desirable u. shows. His unui. - . li......... iMICKlOllavy new Hie una vigor. Pleasant to tuku. eollsiire lndeiiiand. bring the highest prices. loculltyt neurchurch, school house, mid no.t FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN-T- King Kng BJr.. I. four Uroek.. ii. Philippine sugar free of duty. noTKKing Kagle will make the present staVon ut olllce.ls well watered, DrakcsCreck riiunlug dark luivuiti. m,.u i.i.ur.i... .. :.. rV ( Id. through the farm. About 60 acres of bottom ...... t..'..,aud.Tul-iKentucky tobacco growers are rely- New Stanford Drug Co. FOR SALE I "V.'. !". !'rUV '";o"iuieiilltlng elt. .niVm'shlg I, wi'lgir 111 stand ill.) , great mule jack, Jim land mid as gooil as the county atTorils, both IrDklllMiiud well proporllon.Hl ing on Senator Ufuilley to see that ..ruw, n i iu ,ip, iimii a mill la, o- hemp and tolmcco tinting rulsid on A comblucd stallion A tine blue grass farm for sulu sltuai.-The Department of Agriculture with I Ici.ly ,,7,m"5 i .... 1 iiiiti.iiivtiiiuiiKiuii. 1st uiiii slrtit by i ne iiiuu, 7 t goon uweinug House on this new pike near l'olut Representative Stanley's amendment ....' and sis mn... sly l and action, and Ills culls .how ..... . good cellar .1 farm of dam that tho ravages of field mice the great Hill) Keene bv H.i by the Iinii. from house,rooms, a tlueyard andmade out souiu ... uiiicusier. coiiiuiulug sm acres oi f taking off the will tax on tobacco is tuesca- John ells Slid dam u good cher. Jim Keeue orchard, wen iocai.il in giMKl llelghliorhootl. Udmr sou .I'leiitiiu nreetier HeiiiYo i mnku w ol lutint i.iylirii, I. ..t of knocked out of the bill in tho Sen and rats entail a direct loss of $20,000.- - Is ISrU hands high, black with white iiolntc.it sto.k barn, lolxicco barn uoxtkt lit feet to part of the John walker tract, win...' i...;... not great mule jack. ' .'um'tTu'g' ;;:,'.':'"""' v utes and holds 7 acres of tolmcco. Also n 000 annually. ate. seteii-rooAll of thu iiliote lnelitliin.il stock will tenant house, on farm, of i rooms. This some new. residence i .uri.uii, "....... rv..l.,v oniLllI III g( Ud Juurt! truilt'iK",yntiriik.1 sitt. - t il...,.i d Representative Stanley's amendment Fred Bell, aged six, is in Jail ut Un- iiiiKUiieseiison oi 1UV ut our stable...V land will Uisold for cash or years cash go.nl. new- bar n IlllhiS tt H.t iif KlHiirnr.l .in ,1... ui...it... forfeit, tl. l watered. s and at 0 tier neter falling springs and creek running IVln? 'na".".1. to tlio rayne tarur bill, taking off the ion, S. C, charged with the ,.. ,.r. cent.remaluderliionouiid two Hike. Mares traded, niirl.d um. . murder of elsewheru forfeits ht iiMiiiini with lieu. Terms on pertax on leaf tobacco, was adopt",:ilol"'.l''"',liriH. taken to pruteut the Insuruiice and money sonal property made known ou day of sale. " v,l,0"'l"dK"ldaiiy 0. TkuKS.- -'i cntb In liuinl.lalaiice on. and "ur. becomes duent the tliuu of such transaction. naie AllV HUH .111. ed by the Houso less than a minute Ethel Thomas, three. at two of sule, bearing six uer At Olive Hill, Lewis Belew shot and For further Information call on or address siring to look ut thu property will call ut ceut years from duy uild. before the time for voting on the bill Wim.t.urg Kar. uXi'.TJ! Interest until till s luriu .V UOIIT. WOODrt, H. T, HA HHIH arrived. killed his brother-in-laJ.K. uoinvuKxr, Walter Lee. 1'ersout looking for such place please write I'bone T. lllng S. Hlunford.Ky. (i.n.flAMIWKLLAHON. Oupt.Am liourne, Aucl. or W. ). WALKkg, Htuuford. K. F, D. Wo. i, WaynssU urg, Ky , Secretary of War Dickinson, in a! W. H. LAIR, Hustonvllle, Ky., ineerh at iha Snnthem Pliib, lianmiflt In' u Am to do roof painting at tho lias added a nice line of (inOORHIKtto .min.l We,( pot pMCCS. HClt UI.I1BH.-UMIVOKU, ..u HO u.it..j HID 0IU P"lt &) pCf hlsMKAT MAHKKTatidaskin portion of Tret h istratlon of President Taf t would result square on mctnl rooting; and too per square. your patronage, motto. (lotxlsnt the l,ow-el'rlcet;"U his J"1'1 .Pf.PJT nnd bo per .tinre for tn i . .u- - c.,.1. ... riurii R"v " "m uvMh rcu paimou meiai. J. W.HTKWAltT, How land, Ky, The two republican Congressmen of NOTICE! rhl.. ,. l. st "J".1' If s. FOR SALE1 Harry Jacobs, and Granite a. AlmOIlt 322o. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. bust-nea- s. fi- T. F. GROSS, t .i. ., f, .. E""". frm. ' ? "" "' J.,,'"; 'r v distin-gushe- 4' FARM FOR SALE! I .t Chester Peavine SEASONOF 1909. n Our Boys' Short Pants Suits are truly things of beauty. We have never handled a line in as pretty patterns nor so beautifully made Knickerbocker Pants Suits in all the new shades from $3 to $10. , j Red Squirrel. 1 H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. llel.-al.i- Carroll Ilabt-l'enc- Preston. PURE OLIVE OIL. nnportauon irom - :!, .. ffi- r ranee, tine m Qs B3 11 61 d very best for eating and medicinal poses. rH ft ASHLAND BROOK, - f.-- m H gj llt-ll- i 35c Half Pint; 60c Pint, $ .00 Quart, ij Dinwiddie PENNY'S DRUG STORE, S m & well-know- To-le- r. 31,-00- 0. fel-lo- ur-in- Hustonville, Ky. 3E8S9BEE0BBBBBSEE & Co., TUc America fence. Curve. KING EAGLE. ' ry an line of goods. PUBLIC SALE! ti Undertakers and The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension Embalmers. We car- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. King Eagle, Jr., car-ol- d three-year-ol- d 1 1 - '111 wasM-condti- a xc ,rui"u ..,. esti-mat- jti-eu- J,.)a , - r- ... I two-ttor- y one-llilr- - six-ce- ''' iuoc-iock- . stsiisuVi illll SS III - mtrfM.' .ilinia ' Hnl.lrf ,. TMfM mmmgnmmmimflfSf 'I down. pimtp'nu'wmii min j ii immwn, "IWHWUPKI " UPSU ' Mf"1 .3 Ladies Shoes swelWjfori Laying Down The Law and wc have no argument to Tho In regard to shoe comfort is your pririlego 1 1 for r Muck or Tun two eyelet 0oo calf low h . mnko if tho shoo pinches, hut dress shoe. C9 RO CO vp- - C1IV. sfiwr.ww For iilniu KM, Tan KM or Patent one nml two eyelet strap low shoe. Your foot will look well In these nnd the strop prevents the slipping tip nml Never did wo show so many pretty styles Children's Shoes. I andnt so reasonable prices. nnr) If The Shoe Fits You, Wear It. como nml let us fit you with n pair out of our large stockjwe have tho kinds to fit oil feet and prices that wont cause your purse to havo fits. For Talent or Tan two eyelet welt or turnsole. An excellent value. Wcjdon't overlook any of tho essential points necessary to shoe satisfaction. They must look right, feel right, stay right and tho price must he just right. For the acme of shoo making in Tans For a variety of stylo in Patent anil Tan, also tho walk onsy stylo for tender Our shoes Imvo these finalities. feet. straps and oxfords. $2.50 If it ilont, $2 and $1.50 50c 75c and 90c For Black, Tan or ted strap slippers. $1 and $1.25 For choice of half dozen different styles and in Vici, Tan and Patent. $1.50 and $2 nml Patents, all toes ami various styles, For infants soft sole strap or two button in White, Light Blue and Tan. ' rt! ,3 SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTANronn, & SON, Sov-eran- STANFORD KY. ft It Is feared that much damago has Handkerchief lincm for waists in There will bo a good roads meeting been done by tho frequent frosts to the plain, stripo and check 2.: to SI. nt Ottcnheim next Sunday nt 2 r. M. Everybody invited. fruit crop & Son. Theatorlum has irotlcn new For Sale. Pure S. C. Hrown LegSee tho "Modest Young Man" at the chairs, which nrrffar moro comfortnblo Theatorlum Films direct horn eggs. Improved laying strain. than Ihn nld onrt Mrs. It L. Hcrry, Huslonville, Ky. from New York. Phone 83-- rings. The AbysMnlnn wife is the head of For cleaning and lettering monuProp. Walter O. Hopper, of this the homo Inmany homes in Stanford ments call on Harry Jacobs, the Mc- thu same condition exists. place, wns Supcrintenpent of Kinney monument man. tho Graded School at Mt. Sterling a y CllANdV: of program Monday, Tub Danville city fathers havo pass deserved compliment. ed an ordinance prohibiting automobiles and Friday of each week at the running faster than six miles per hour Theatorium C and 10c. For Sale. 10,000 transplanted cabin tho city limits. bage plants, should be planted now, Kc.cs for sale from Itcd hens, Wild Tun first of the year over Mallard ducks nnd Touloujo geese. Mrs. nnd 10.000 transplanted tomato plants. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. the K. C td Cincinnati will bo run next W. J. Edmiston, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tho fiirn for tho round trin a Sundav Fly time is here. Screen your doors W. L. McCarty and L. R. Hughes $1 7f Train leaves Stanford depot at bought the Col. T. P. Hill property on and windows before the flies get in. i A. M j Screen cloth doors and window screens East Main street yesterday for $6,000, at attractive prices. G. D. Hopper. I have iTvt cry nice line of . I have moved to my store-rooon millinery that will pleaso my patrons, THE wills of Mrs. Jean Lasley HutchMain street and am prepared to which I invito tho ladles of McKinney East ison, and Sylvy Givens were probated plumbing and tinning. and vicini y to call and see. Mrs. M. do yesterday. That of Dr. Richard Hedd Comu in and sco tho best roofing on V. Moore. was offered and continued until next the market. W. K. Warner. court. TlIK ad ancc nL'cnt of Sun Ilroa.' cir Edmiston &. Holmes aro getting nut cus, whlc i is to show hero May 1, was The Annual Spring Entertainment saturuny nnd leit a big advertise a large number of bills telling about of thu Grudcd School will bo given at here their great reduction sale, which u ll inent, winch will appear in these col begin nt Crab Orchard next Thursdny, thu Graded School Auditorium next Friumns later day evening, ICth, commencing at 7:30 IS. Attend their salo and buy goods o'clock. Sunday was a lino Easter and tho at your own price. good wfinen were ottered a splendid opThere will be a Uluo Back Spelling In the discharge of his duties as portunity to show their now huts nnd Joseph Cormney, formerly of Match at the Christian church at Crab dressesj They were all out in their Orchard Saturday night, next, 17th. this county, shot and killed n Negro best anil of courso looked pretty. Two prizes will be given to the belt known as "Hilly the Kid," nt Lebanon Admission 10c. The proceeds ON account nf the Southern Electric-a- l Saturday night. He is said to have spellers. will go to the church. and Industrial Exposition in Louis- been thoroughly justifiable. ville, tiio L. & N. will sell round-triCait. R. F. Powell had a narrow The Stanford Interior Journal ticket- - to that city nt 3.00 on April 12, escape Sunday. The horse he was ridprints a picture of thu complete court IB. 17, 15), 22, 24, good returning 20. ing ran away when the bridle broke nnd house now in process of erection in LinFor Kent. -- After May 23rd corner coln county. It is nmagnificcr.t lookii g for some 500 yards fairly flew. Tho suite ( f rooms in I. O. O F. building. building nnd will be n credit to thu captain grasped the animal around the Very uitahle for lawyer's ollices. Ad- county and town Frankfort State neck and held on until it finally stopped. Capt. Powell says he has heard cannon to county court rooms. Now jacent Journal. balls whistle around him but wns never by J. N Saunders. Apply to J. Wilkinson. Hobert W. Wilkinson, quite so uneasy as when swinging to the W. Ir land. Mgr. brother of Hooker and Edgar Wilkin- speedy horse. Wll i. Mbrsiion and Sam Mullins, the son, of this place, died nt Hon Air, THE Easter services at the various & Tenn., Friday nftcr n brief illness. The boys who broke into Cummins ago, were Inst named brother left Saturday for churches were well attended and greatWenn n's store, two weeks orderi I to the Houses of Reform, the the burial, which took place at Decatur, ly enjoyed. At the Methodist church at forme to remHin for three years nnd Ala. Mr. Wilkerson's wife is dead but night nn especially interesting program was given. At the Presbyterian church thelat or until ho is 21. three children are left to mourn the in thu morning thu program included a The Lincoln county court house is go- loss of their father. violin solo by Miss litrtu Jean Penny, ing to Ih) a handsome structure The Prosecuting Attor- which was faultlessly rendered. The Hill Inter ok Journal publishes a picture ney of tho Police Court, makes tho Haptist nnd Christian choirs gave a of it I om u drawing. This building statement that ho did not get out of number of appropriate selections. will m ke Ilnyle county feel ashamed thu wuy of C. It. Dinwiddiu or any othI'reventles thoo Cundy Cold Cure of her ack of progress. Advocate. er person for the Kepublicnn nomina- Tablets will safely and quickly cheek Chai LE8 McConnaoiiy, former cash- tion for Prosecuting Attorney of the all colds and tho Grip. Try them once ier of lie Monticello Citizens National Police Court. He snya ho never nnd see! Sold by Pennys Drug his candidacy for Hank, vas indicted in the United Stntes Storo. court n Covington on 12 counts, involv- never intended to do so and will not be Mrs. Sarah Moss Greer, formerly of a candidate. -- Louisville Times. Embezzlement, ing a t tal of $15,000 Miilillcsboro, is dead at Fort Worth, misnpp ication of funds nnd falsification A good mother in Israel pass- Texas, to which place sho had recently Conn of entrirs ore alleged. moved. ed into tho greut beyond Saturday afTen simres of stock in the Lincoln ternoon, when Mrs. Minerva Cobb, relSTONEWALL JACr.SON, JR. County National Hank belonging to the ict of Mr. Itichard Cobb, breathed her Thl Una black tnilille xtalllon win ilreU liy tliu Krenl witlill-- , liniillni; itnlllon, OM estate or the late John F. Cash sold nt last. She had been ill only n short MIoiii'wmII. rolt'xliiin mmii Denmark public Auction yesterday at $180 to while with pneumonia but her advanc- iiinie. DelsThisnli-H lie hits colt, to kihhI breeding Will xtiiml at I to 1181 60. 15 shares in the Huslonville ed age 87 precluded hope of her re- prove iiikiire until wennlnK tluio. We liukl n lien colt until pnlil lor. Ilnrrvu National Uank sold ut $1GG to $171 covery and many of her relatives, In- on nil to itaiul by llieliiiprrunulor. Weinnrn mnUe hate Tho McKinney Deiosit Hank sold at cluding a brother, Mr. Eli Park, and IM'rfcct lucceia In tills breeulUK. $113 to inc. Mrs. TabithaCobb, both of Madsister, BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. ison, wero present when the end peaceThin black Mnor The $35,0) worth of Lincoln county fully came. Deceased was Miss Miner- Joliu lineIlnrrl.' Jack inx ulri'il byHe Hill Imported Jack. !. niuki) the ten.ono! luVut my luirniil H to bonds, bfaring four per cent, interest, va Park, of Madison connty, and was Imniru ii colt until weiintutc time, lilt uet otTcred Hviturdny afternoon did not sell, my .lion- lor married in 1811 to the husband who of !Ih U now on IleU(arm tofoal getter. lili good breeding. a ure $31,000 bling tho best price offered. preceded her to tho gravo in 1900. A. T.TIIAYI.OH A HONH. IMeuuint Hill and The fisca court will meet years ago she joined tho Chris- Urerdlni; Kami, Htnniord, It. V. D. Mo. very like y advertiso them again. Tho tian church and had since been a consistbonds ar sold to raise money to pay ent member. A few Sundays since she court-housfor the nt w Vol.11. was in her nccustomed pew.seemingly in KenClinmplon 6 gutted middle The stqre-hous-o ut Turnersvillo oc- - tho best of health nnd spirits. She en- tucky. Wlimliii; at all the ttnlllon ot (alrt Kentucky joyed the sermon and so told many of a ml alio nt the luirw how at UulTulu N. Y., Kcene Lutes was sold at and Kiiliaaal'tty. Ht. Commissioner's salo yesterday to II. C. her friends. Mrs. Cobb is survived by Hired by Waihlmtton, No. 61. Klnt dam Hell, by Ulioderlck No, 101. Haughmao for $2,700. Tho lot contains three children, Mesdamcs Thoa. Phelps, Hecond dam by Denmark. He la ii lianda eight acriiH of land. Tho Ncal placo of of Richmond, and llettio McKinney, of lino atyle. bron liorm is action. ItIiIkIi with la uaeleta and Aery IiIkIi eight acres was bought by J. N. Cash this place, and Mr. Richard Cobb, of to any more alwui Iiluuia tbepeopluot thu and tho samo Doyle, nnd a largo number of grand- at n tlie adjoining eountlea know hla record for $2,000,. It has about aliow liorae and nlao for breeding It He will make the aeunon of UV, nt my nmount of ground. Tho property be- children and is hard for them to give up tho good stnble In t'rabOrcliurd. Ky Ht the rcuton-iilil- n longed to tie John F. Cash estato. Insure "- mother nnd but she had Will figure of fjo, to grata ata 12 living colt. f- -per month, keep miireaon The Easter Uccital nt the Christian been spared to them many long years but will not be rvipuiialble for accident or atock. Heaion U due If mure la church Friday evening wa& an exceed- and now that she is reaping the reward traded or parted with, or bred to other s entertainment and it of a life, they could not wish atock. ingly J.O.IIAILKY. was enjoyed' by u reasonably good au- her back. Shu was un exceedingly Onib Orchard, Ky. dience. Tho best singers in town took cheerful, happy woman and it was tho part and tho tolos, quartettes and cho- delight of her children and other rela ruses wero nit vcll rendered. Thu rec- tives to have her with them. Truly a I'encv.Jr.. will mate the beiikou of liou nt itations by thu children and tho panto- good woman has left her earthly abode the barn of the lain John .. HXKiimmoro, land, lit a dozen youngsters evoked and Joined the heavenly hosts above mile from ltow la traded III) to latum n llilnif mime by or purled with, tin If mare money oecouic a uue. much favorable comment. Tho violin where joy and lavo reign supreme. Pence. Jr., bay atalltiiu, Sjeura old. full M numbers of MM Em E. Smith, of Dan- May her good deeds and pure life bo hands high, eoixl tt.vle and action. by lYnce, he be Lr ltleiut.hu Itev. D. M. Walker preach- der'a Abdullah, hv Ilelmont. dam lv Alexan- ville, were features of tho very dolight-fu- l emulated, l'ence'a lat by Almuiit rorrcai,!iiu uam program. Sho Is n virtuoso In her ed an appropriate funeral discourso at livUrey Kagle, ny uarraiii fopperUittoiu, I'liiei.m uum Ith iluni by lino and our people will not soon forget tho homo of Mr. W. M. Wright at 2:30 I vuvv. Jti . I..UHIII "j ,... milium .i.J, vj by Volunteer tA. Kd liar- the sweet music sho made. Miss Ellen yesterday afternoon, after which tho Knatvlur lUtt. lie uy woburn, iau uum by low a lai uum Hallou's overture on tho organ was an- body was laid to rest beside her hus- Muml.rlno burn., ard dum by Wainlrlno Meaavnger, lVnce, Jr.'a Jnd dum by (llll'a other number that brought forth ap- band in Uulfalo cemetery. A large Vermont. Pence, Jr.'acollaaruall allowing up nicely and they bear proof ot Mill ua a plause. Tho Young Men's Hiblo Class crowd of friends and relatives was pres- breeder. Marea lira led ut Ii iM'r month! not reioon. is under obligations to all who took part ent nnd (lowers brought by thoso who eacupea should uny alble and the members aro especially grate, loved the Godly woman hid from view oscur,for uccldeiita or IlltO., ltowluud. ful to Miss Smith and Dr. O. 1). Pallia. the mound that marks her resting place. ( UKO. BI'OONAMOltK TUB i L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. 0. Martin Kr., - Arim. 13, 1900 H V Fine lino of Keels. Poles, Unci nml nil other Fishlnie Tacklo at Penny Drujj Storo. "personals. Miss Emma Wahrkji has been quite ... ... Linen wash suits. Skirt Co." is sufficient rec- I 41 - Wed-nrsda- sick. Mr. A. 0 , Eastland lxnilsvillc. is In up from Mr. J. Inst week. C. Lynn was Frankfort is ill t .'.1 Wc have just received n beautiful line of Linen Wiudi Suits. These suits nre in all colors, beautifully trimmed nnd the mere fact they arc made by the "Queen A'c. Miss Katiikrine Waters with t II ' y. Miss Molub Brooks, of Crab Orchard, visited friends here. Is Mrs. Tahitiia Conn, of Madison, with Mrs. W. H. Shanks. E. C. MooiiE. of Casey, spent several day with his sisters here. Mn. E. P. Owsley, of Columbus, Ga., Is here for a few days. Carl, Mrs. Ii. I. Carter and son, are with relatives at Parksvillc.Middles-boro- , Miss May Hyiiu Givens, of Is with Mrs. W. P. Grimes. ill Miss Mattie Lee Hubulk is very on thu Uncaster ike. at her home "Mr. C. C. Williams, of Mt Vernon, was hero on lr(jal business yesterday. Mrs. T J. Foster has return ed from a visit to Mrs. C. T Hohon at tabanon Orch-arMiss Georgia Lewis, of Crab of Miss Ethel Fottro. was the Rucst visMR. W. K. DlLUON. of tendon, son. Kussell Pillion, in tho East ited his Mrs. J. W. IIaOIN and children, or CovlnRton, are with Mrs. II C. iaun man. End. pneumonia. mii ftr.n. S. Siikliiy is hero from Ponca City, Okla. Joe Lawson went up to UcUtoril, I ml., Saturday to visit. ommendation for the very latest in Styles, Quality of Goods, "We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods, te fit nnd price. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i .m u ... p u Mm C E. TATE will entertain the Current Events Club at 230 Thursday family, of w rfcrrus and .11 l. tirtlmn f - - - 'i'UPStd of Mr. J . " " f'mnmlns and Wife. ,. . n.rnnnv. 1'inK. of Madison, was hereto uttend'the burial of his sister, Mrs. Minerva Cobb. atDr. N. H. McKlNNEY. of Carlisle, his urandmother, tended tho burial of Mrs. Minerva Cobb Mrs. Pearl Campbell Freeman Imi succeeded Mr. Joseph Hardin as night k - Kftnsnin it., vv t I r I ij , operator at the exchange. Misses JaIiIE CaIT.hTON and May bur-la- l Phelps, of Kidhmond, attended tho Mrs. Minerva Cobb. nf ii,.. , ,T. Taylor Woods left to- j. v Mr kterlinir to visit Misses uai Arabella and Mansard Bogie. &i : r, c, BalloU, of Lancaster, re turned Saturday from Hendersonville, N. C, jtreath' improved in health. Arnnvpv J It. RUSH, of Lexlwjton. . I.., m attend tho burinl of his . MR. W. Danvillo Thu as prescripts Mn. II. M. McUoiiERTS will ro to sday to take tho position nlst for J. E. Davis. THERE'S lou d. NO EXCUSE. jut e 1 111 KrandmothcrL Mrs. Mincrvn Cobb. Lancas-teMn. Tiiom ls McMillan, of took his ife to Louisville Sunday . ninrn her n the Norton Infirmary. .... I.ynn. who has been .. ill 113. ., In r i..it i. for omo t me. is S, in iwr L. Louisville un Icr treatment of Dr, r. should be weil div.--cWhen clothes nre as good nnd ns moderate in price as they are with ti, there's nothing but bhuiie for you it you don't dress well, not extravagantly mind you, not expensively, deocntly, that's all. It wont eot you much to tit out with us. Take our 817.50 Spring Suit ns nn instance. You ootildn't have clothes made to your order, which would fit you any lietter, or any that would Imvo moro tailoring in with fancy vert? If to, you will them. Or do you prefer eoafnnd trou-er- s find us with tin excellent assortment. Come in and udvi-- e with us. I - t.iitaP Sixty-s- W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. ' !. IK' even ll.M.irlrv. reMiss Kati erinb WAnnEN has turned from Baton, N. M.. where sho for has been witr! a biK printim; house I some time. Mrs. Aucri Newlanp, of McIIcnry. Ky who ha-- been visiting relutives M. Uai-bin Indlanapolil. is with Mrs. J. will visit on Maple IWenuo. Sho friends and reiitives in Lincoln county l PRESTON 922. pur-He- iieinro il. return"; Locals. . knn.a uuu.v. Ailvoeatu. pBBflBBBBBBftMjtuHBBBBJH ttofm c HsPaBBHiBBsTjPBBn PWbww2Pt5!bc" 'mK' t ? Hbbbbb ii JBkBbBBBH grand-mothe- r, 1 ft HE... I.I.U 1 ..t.o r. I.Vnl,,h rlenneil. ,VtV" Cook iV Farmer. Moving picturis every night at t(io Theatorlum See now lino nnen wash suits at Hughes, Martin&lfjo's. v you uro particular, try Denham's Ilex coal. Yards atStanford and How land. high-clas- well-spe- PENCE, JR. IlOto Hlietlniilpoiiy.SS Inches lull, owned by Hugh Held Foster, will inuko tbeieuiim at IMlullila .Imi iiixa.liHtfik.t llllll III lliil Mhelluml ..I.... ....It II..I. Iiviiii lii and Is regarded by horaeinen ii.tlu bi t pou (it Kentucky, defeatliiK nil comeia In thu j.ie ,hii..-- niiu wi allOW rillg 111 IHI). I.IUII leiltllllll llllllll llJIia lllllll .ll."ll la jmiii. bred elauwbere forfeits luauraiii-- nnd inoiity U'comesdiie. Will niako theseiiHon at my JOHN II. KOHlKlt.Htanlorit.'Ky. furm, DOCK CRAY, ! A WORD TO YOU CHESTER S. I'nn house. SAi.H.-Ch- portable play lld Apply to Claiuprno C. Walton Thy n bottle of Mnpline, It makes two gallons of maple syrup. Geo. I). Hopper. ,, Uest lino of woll paper and mattings wo have ever carried. Prices right. Tribblo & Pence. This sou of Chester llim will nuiLe the In Hi" tobm-cIn all the tlinA I InneU-eiiii.im.ks ovtraieurh I have inner olfcr- - present si iisou ul 1. H. l'urienterV tlublti In Jliistouvllleitt lio to insure ii nlug toll. iiiaiiufui-ture- r to oiler u nor kuuw... any ed .. .i . la n IH.sillliTION ami I'Cblimi.K.-l- Ie U..I. V.1..1V..I .... iuinw, ...n .....mh.. (J..r black with star In lorebeud. 10 hands high, ueiier uiiw ui ...i Twttt foraiuokliiguiiduhuwIngaiidl'rekM'il wttli all Hie style and Ilnl.li cburuclerlstlu UhewliiK ToIhicco, thuu i now ulTvr. Orders of the Chester Dure fiimlly, u good uctliig soIIcUih! through your Johlier or direct by liorso audit proven breeder. Heu him before, Descriptive, price IUt promptly mull. K.H. MAHTIN, Junction City, Ky. lleiuember the old stHiulby brundsi "Frleudalilli Twist," (Old Ilrodhead) "Old Kentucky llouic" uud "llluu Uruss Hauler." on uppllcutlou. ' looking our mares If you nrv looking foru good breeder at llvliiiiprlre. Mired by Ubes-te- r Dure. 1st dum by Telegraph, fnddumby Hippy by jdambrluu Ubbf. llustvuvllle, Ky, il mjny-t- y - - W 'S.-- 1 f if 1 -- ni.fMigjf ' v- -The Interior gniertdin mcond-claH I Journal. ol Stanford at FARMER'S DSPARTMSRT. has CUT FL0WCMJ0R SALE! FOR SALE I bought matter. le PotUOffic L. &N. TIMETABLE No. Jl, Mouth, No.TT, 10:17 No.SI,Houth,ll:i A No. J4, North, 4 MO A. No. St, North, B: P. A.M. M. tllMr.v. M. M. M. power holler nnd engine nnd law t itn fnrnt.h IhN nubile with thA brat. US well na the freshest of rut flowers, plants of mill for sale. Will sell either or both. nil kinds, bulbs, potted nowara, on short Ky, On as. Also G. W. Klnjr sold B. Q. Govor a har notice. funeral make a specialty oi wreain l'oatorrice, Wnyncsbnrg, Ky. purposes. for for ness maro for $200. Liberty News. In connection with the Above, I have all D. C. Allen, of Hustonvlllc, IscngaR. kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. DEITS COLLECTED. UIIUIHTMAN OHKKN IIOUHKH, ing Iambs at 6c and buying wool at 25 Kll lllllllAKtl, l'BOH. We collect ' Htantonl.Ky, nnypart ot notes, claims nnd accounts In cents. the United Htntes. No charges J. M. Crate of Rockcastle, 200 fat hogs at 4) to 5c. 3g " N'o.r,J:IOr, James Blowltt, of Woodburn, War ren county, sold to John Russell, of Gallatin, Tcnn., n pair of mules for Fon Sale. CHOICE GOODS. 11 Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Darul ruff or any form of skin or scalp du ease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durcgists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. The Truth $700. A. S. PRICE, Dontlst, Surgeon STANFORD, the KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrU' Drug Store in 0 wale j Building. Insures Tobacce and Tobacco larnt. Nothing But Insuranco. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Itesldence 1'hone M; Office, 85. Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox Is n hnndsome, Inrgo young Jersey Hull, from u long ami unbroken line ot the most noted bulla nnd cowa on the of Jersey Knglnnd and America. Ills ire is one nf the best bulla ever Imported given (U and his dam la a show cow thnt hna you bepound of rich milk In onodny. If lieve "Like begets Like or the Likeness of come Ancestor" nnu nnve a strictly goou inw. vnn thniihl nrnll vnuraelf of his ser- Tlce. He will be allowed to aerve n limited numlwr uf Hnnrnved. registered cons out side of our own hen! this year, for a fee of Pencil. Make engagement before sending cow to lie tireu. ULiintuiiriii, Telenlinne HO. Htnuford. Kv. N. 11. We hove to offer three extra choice bull calves that will bo sold nt right prices One red yearling short horn bull and one fresh Jersey, a fine butter cow. A. W. Carpenter, More land, Ky. Sam M. Owens and J. D. Eads told us they booked some fino mares yesterday to The Warfleld and Black Joe. They were both popular horses In tho show. W. P. Grimes, of the Prcachersvillo section, will put In 400 acres of corn and 40 acres of tobacco. J. D. Eads will plant 150 acres of corn and CO of hemp. Deau Naboth will mako the season of 1009 at my barn. Uring me your bar ren marcs. I have successfully used the impregnator for two years. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. Night riders destroyed plant beds on the farm of Clarence Penny, near Mur ray. Also the barns and stables of Gen try Miller, who lives In Tennessee, near the State line, were burned. Those wanting my pure Boone county White seed corn will find it at T. D. Newland's, Stanford, Ky., and Banks per Hudson, Lancaster, Ky. $1.23 bushel. W. E. Moss, Lancaster. 2t The Herbert Stock Farm near Frank lin, Tenn., has sold to President Taft and Secretary of War Dickinson tho fa mous saddle horse, McDonald Prince The price Is said to have been a fancy one. Twelve horses were sold at Van Ars- dall Bros.' Monday at $100 to $200. Basil Mitchell, W. C. Roberts and Joseph McCray have sold their growing crops of wheat to Clel Coleman at 33 Koaletl May S,ll, black with white points, 15 J hands. Hired by Wonder "SO. he br III Tom, he by Ilelknap. IstdamUhennultJen-ne- t Tht Josiph Price Sanaterlum, frt? Iiv liniMirtiMl J in Im,. Will make the season of IKWnt my farm 3 Htreet, North the iiuicupiKeiii miles from lltistontllieonmares, 111) for to Insure. taI for lenneta and several other Jacks nt 110 will alio stand tanford, Kentucky. for mares. Also several stallions at $10 to Insure a living coll. (Irn.s furnished at (.1 of Diseases of the K)e, Nose, iter month. Jennets or mares parted with Kor ueciai.iir-ganforfeits the Insurance and makes soa.on rnroat, r;ar, neniio-rrinnrNertnusHystem nnd Hurgery, money due. J.K. IIAUnilMAN, lltntonWIIo.Ky unless collected, Collections promptly re. milted. Try lis, IIOYIl'HCOM.ntTION'AdUNOV, Homerset, Ky. laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaflaV fif Mr 1 f M s, IS miles Northwest of Htnuford, Ky., nt IIS third Mondny nights of each month, nt 7:JI to Insure n living cult. Illack Joo Is by, nriocK in ineir nan on .Mitiii street, Kentucky's rrestnn Vlt, Washington grimiest aiiuuiesini-llonMemlxTsof slst-i- r loilgrs nrv frafit; Illack Jon's 1st ternally Invited to to present, tl. I. I'enny he by dam I.uclle by Messenger lienuinrk : id dam ermonl Kettle Koblusoil by ltoblnson's llambletnnlitn; lie is it ery line Individual, black with onewliitefootistiind.il1, hands, weight IjlM pounds j 3 years old: Hue saddler and very showy In harness; of llnestylennd action. Bee him before )ou book your mares. Heason duo If mare Is traded or parted with. All earn will he taken to aold acci dents, but not responsible should any occur. J, Ut r.. ir ,x PHF.r-- , Htnuford. Ky, .V. M., T. W v ill "Black Joe" MASONS' MEET. No. do. H.A A.M. will meet Lincoln uiime me sen.uii in u.r, n. unr nimue, In slated communication on citcli first nnd rennlngtoii.Hcc. Notice Poultry Raisers ! Dorscy Golddust, 12052. Ju.tln Morgan. The dam of.llcadl OoMdmt Hull brother to Kstelle, No. Il!, Hired by Zllcadl Oolddust, tut. Iby Hold-du- st 160 by Vermont Morgan nnd on to Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls cures (lliotern, (lupea, a good tonic, lloup, canker nnd l.luibernecK, wnen lei na a preventive It not only keeps ihetil healthy but makes them Iny. Price &i cents, nocure.no ity, guaranteed by your druggist, tlen.li. I'enny, .ry It under tne gunraniee, askiot oooKieson oi.eases of iHiultry. O. D. CARTER, Now Livorv cents. Harrodsburg Herald. was by nn Imp. Arabian Htalllon .llcsdl. The dam of Uorsey (lolddu.t Is Hlorence son of Hurts Comet hv Hidden MliigoCMcf Morgan nnd on to Justin morgan. Norn. This Is an Intensely Inbred Morgan Htalllon the blood now In (lemnnd. A rich dappled bav, black points, IS hands high ljoolbi stallion of great beauty and action, with speed nnd endurance and unexcelled asn producerof high class show, road nnd Kastern horse. Tne records of his produce both In show nnd sale rings prote his value and merit us a producer ot line road, show and sale horses. The present season will lw made at my born iL. miles from Hlnnlord.at IJUtolnsure n lit Ing colt. Money due when colt conies or more parted with. Mares kept on grass ntloe per dny. Good care gl en but no resKnllty for accidents or escape. H.llKIIl. Dopot Stroot, Phono 06, SAA STANFORD. ROBINSON, KY. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. a scientific preparation foi use. Stops Itching instantly j.,i,nu. iVif. perms that cause skin diseases. ..- Eciema I c.jickly yields and it BAmailraiKl ui permanently cureu uy iLla iCu..--.ji.i- n. aii nnir.cl.is. Write for sam ple. E.W.Rose Med. Co., SuLouU.Mo. external .., ZEMO, Eczema is Curable MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. .- Penny's Drug Store. Pedro S. Estella, the champion but 1 ter Jersey cow of the world, is dead at the Missouri Agricultural College Farm The safest, surest and most adequate safeat Columbia, Mo. In 12 months she guard for the future Is n policy In produced 713 pounds of butter, fully 100 Mutual Benefit Life pounds more than her nearest competi' Safeguard the Future The Insurance Co. $149 CHECK AT - A IARGAIN. At McKinney, Ky., ney Troublo nnd all diseases nrlstng from imtmri, blood ft has nn enual. It Is manu factured under the pure fowl act of June 3. lWO.and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the ltemedy Is taken according to directions nna ii lie or sue is not oenciiicii uy iuv use nf the lteine.lv we will refund vour money. V,'e can do nothing more. Kacb pockngo contains AHdn.es with a registered guaran tee and mntllngcnrd with full Instructions. we send it to any nuaross iy man uu receipt of SI per pneknge or six packages for IS. Iletterordern box If taken In time you might avc n big doctor's Mil. Hememberlf you take the ltemedy according to Instruction, and lire not benefited. you gei your uonar duck, iou win not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sule. It Is sold only bv our ilulv authorized agents. ltemedy, the You can find our Htundurd greatest blood and liver meaicine ) oi i;no n Incswof Itheumiitlsm. Halt llheum. Kid' tor. At the horse show yesterday J. C, Bailey stood his saddle stallion, Pres ton, and four of his get Carroll Pres ton, UlacK Joe, i'reston King and a belonging to II. C, Wray in a group and they attracted a great deal of attention. three-year-old It Is conspicuous for economical management, llhernMty of Its ixillcy contract, fair dealing w It Is It members and large returns tojiollcy holders. The company I just entering the I won In nn advertising coolest glteil by SEthelinlesburg Plunnt'o.,of (ialetburg. III., a cheek fur Iuv which Is transferable and In- accepted for It. fm-value it. which will art payment on any of their piano, as I linve no need for till eliei k. It would pay antone wishing to buy a piano tocall on or Styles up to the minute. Prices Itrymul cuiH;titioii. Wo aso etnte that write me lor inrilier iniorniaiioiiiiinnce. W.C. I'ATItICK, our Spring Line is now complete. To cave money, cuine ntul .ee nml lie e Maj wood, Ky, When Ordering Clothes ur.uiir,; v, iiLiiAin, ikii CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such as lilock Work, l'uvements nnd. In fact, we can make any thing from t house down to u fence lost. We cun s'r"" you promptly nnd guarantee tlrsi-'"- .. work and material. Oallandget our prices lefore you buy your material at least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J,L,Beazley&Co., OB iSt'iSBHBiBlkaaaafiirn I Stanford Court A good crowd James I, Whit-- . was in town at court yesterday and Hollcltor for llockcustle Co. business generally was good. There were over 200 cattle at I. M. Bruce's pens and all sold. Prices ranged from 2 to oc, the latter price being for choice Ueg. No. MM, A H. II. It. yearling and stud. The Ileautlful bny saddle stallion, l.".:'t hand, wus the gnutrst horse and mule market was very quiet, foaled June,InllsifV. Ills sire He has lialatice. Kentucky. show horse high action and the speed Indicated bythese bloodline.. He ha the long, thin neck, Words To Freeze The Soul. strong, short hack, delicate bend, well set, good "Your son has consumption. Ills hiuvy tall. Hat bone, clean hock andget of and eyes so clinrncterlstlc of the case is hopeless." These appal- loot Denmark. We feel that Preston King', the and lndllduullty must add to ling words were spoken to Geo. E. siieed, action our Kentucky horse and we the merit of Blevens, aleadlngmerchant of Spring- ask for him a liberal patronage. This richly bred )oung horse has all the qualities of field, N". C , by two exjiert doctors a great sire; lame and atjle. His pre-e10 inrougu one a lung specialist. Then was shown nent bioou line come ter, mm sire, us selected stock. I'reston his the the wonderful power of Dr. King's greatest show horse of his day, winning ut is shows, the fairs and the New Discovery. ''After three weeks' blue string at Ht. horse w Inning taking You Iouls, l,". help but use," writes Mr. Bleven's "he was ns see thnt I'reston King can notdam, Nelly lie a great saddle liorelre. Ills :lil well as ever. I would not take all the was by VauMeter's King 7.1J, tracing to money In the world for what it did for Htonewull Jackson, and on his sire's side to Washington Denmark ill. 1'r.nuiKBF. sired by my boy." Infallible for coughs and lngton.',!, hyOroniwell I'reston vsf.lir Wash T.I, by aililliL'tou colds, its tho safest, surest cure of des- Denmark. 61. 1st dam by VnnMeter s Ulner.BJ, bvHllter Klag. by tin Time, by Htoueperate lung diseases on earth. 6Jc. wuii Jackson, r. n nubbles gnat Iiuh dam Jtp, by the famous and 81. Guarantee satisfaction. Trial horse. 2nd by ulst Illack Hawk, K Cabell's H. sire Islington Dam, llelle lit- Uhoderlck 101, by Mamhrlno bottle free. Penny's Drug Store. U'urnnct r. Washington r,l.dam Alice ill. bv . Hani's Halcote In). VauMeter's Klnu T;ty. At WIckham, W. Va., Coy Parker dam Maud V in. by Granger H. H. Kent tier was instantly killed and the home of TKiiMrt Mares win be Thev ul rr will receive month at owner's risk. John Wiley completely wrecked by the the must careful attention. Mure sold or parted explosion of ISO pounds of dynamite becomeswith firfelts Insurance mid the tie due make the which was set ofT when Wiley discharg- atWill to Insure a season of 'K ot our nliicv lit Ing cult. flu ed a shot at a chicken. The charge AIo will stand one uood black lack, four years old, at H) to In. lire u lit Ing colt. from the gun struck a rock and glanced, W II. AC. I,. Dl'llDKItAH, ltowlund, Ky. piercing the house In which the dynal'hone lls-- l'. mite was stored. measure tailor YEAR Have your Then ourtaken by awhetherof low SIXTY a clothes, of a successful business career with more urlce buslnesa suit or the must evening policy holders In Lincoln county than clothes, will have that Individuality and lit companies combined. Write for which plainly Indicate tlii'j were made to nil other particulars, stating age anil whether mar- vour measure I wlllalso lake tour meas ried or single to ure It. M. NF fl, VND Hpcclal Agt. coatsfor lira trouser. fancy ve.ts, top Hprlng and Humour Mjers House Hints, Mantord. sumpi'nnd overcoat son iiniui reuuy youi lor iotHiiion II. O. UUI'LKV.TheTnllor, Htnuford, Ky (& FOURTH convinci'd. Our Spring Line of Hlmes lor I.ailie... Miuos ami C'liiMreu our line of GcntV SIhkm uill cortniiily plonc. Ilannn nml Wnlkurer Yours for nn lioneet elect), nre titiiutiiors ntul are strictly reliulilu. CiiAiu.iii nml lino-- t Viii;i:i,i:ii. PRESTON KING. Mahony Rankin, ld INSURANCE, Fire, Life, :VSHKKRKkrJtp, TiBaaaaaaaWaBc'BjeaBB)taaCaMr aaaaamWVEAftsaawKv Laaaaaaanll aVa. Mv3lF-SKIKIBftJB&i- ri! jBH vaaaaCnBaBBHuKKsn?1 JIF?A. and Tornado. Farm Property a Spe cialty. lx. Accident f 1 V At bBh .aaas.k f 3f' 2r 1 Klght of the leading coiuimiles of the world represented. Uoinpeteln rates with .paynil tho companies of tho world, ing record unsurpus.ed. Never hod it law suit III the hi. lory of this agency. l.o.es promptly paid mid without discount. No waiting uidavs for )our money, lleluru In suring, cun ou This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER. Investigate before placing your order. MAHONY tt RANKIN, W. H. HIGGINS, STANFORD, KY. The Insurance Men of Stnnfuri!. Rheumatism I have found a triad and tested cur for Rheu-matfiNot a remedy that will stralibten the distorted limbs of chronic cripple, nor turn bony rrowtha back to flesh anln. That Is Impoulble. Ilut I can now surtly kill the palni and pangs ol UJli dsplorabj disease. In Cerroanr with a Cbemlit In tha aty of Darmstadt I found the last Ingredient with which Dr. Snoop's KheumaUo Kemsdy was mad a perfected, dependable prescrlpUon. Without that last Ingredient. I succaufully treated many, many cases ol Itbeumatltm I but now, at last. It uniformly cure all curablt cases of this haratofor granular much dreaded disease. ThoM aaod-Ukwaste, found In RheunudhjUlood teemtodlssolT and pass away undsr the action of this remedy ai freely as doea writ when added to pura water. And then, when dissolved, these pouonoo waste freely pass from the system, and the cause of Kheumatlsm Ii rone forerer. There Is now no real need no actual excuse to suffer longer without help. V sell, and In cenfldene recommend Cbc Cincoln Coiiiiiy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealera in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rugs. Tboy will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right en. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Mr F. G Fritts, Oneonta, N. V., writes: "My little girl wus greatly benefitted by taking Fuloy's Orlno Laxative, and I think It is the best remedy for constipation and liver troublo." Foley's Orlno Laxatlvo Is best for women and children, as It In mild, pleasant and olTective, and Is a splendid spring medicine, as It cleans er the system und clears the complex ion New Stanford Drug Co. Lincoln Squirrel. set in nigu moiiuit! snouiuers; u coiuuineil bred horse, but I u.u him only In hurness nnd a more perfect harness hnrsu I hate never seen; can sieinery nisi wiin extreme hlch action all around and 1 think him to lw one of the Iwat stallions In the Htate to walk-tro- t breeil to. lo eel aooii lid lmllles bones that will bring jou funcy prices. He bus some jeurllng nnd colts that I Invite bretders to see. rKHKiiibK. i.tncoin1... ..,..., vn Hiiuirrei was sired by . I ii, Ill k ... jinriuii LI.. iei, I... 117 I... mat I. rMjuirrei. reiiiu ilv.. lie iiy 11111CK r.uicie. i ,. lie nv ivinir vii- Until, 87. Mill loll Hiiulrrel'sllrst dam bvdreeu Mountain: Hud dam by Huuhes' Kdwln for est; Lincoln Huulrrel'a llrst dam, Kate nesseuger iiy oiesseuger nreee, full brother to Maude Messenger, record. 2:1H. Soil dum Maria lvpauw by Mamhrlno full brother to Liuly Thorn, i:Jliard ditin Mollle tlrow by Helm's Vork.hlre. Illuck Hnuirrei's grand sire Is the sire, of s moru noieu saiiuie nnrses tiian any other horse In the world, such as Highland Denmark. Chester Dure. Iteil Hmilrnil and inuny others. Will make the seu.on of ivuuatmy iltery burn in mantord nt fijuuto insuren iiMiigcou. .Money duo when colt la fouled or mure pnrtiil with. uiun-cias11 d L. Htar-llgbtniiru-cias- Capital, Surplus, Resources, 3. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT $50,000.00 38,000.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER J. W.ROCHESTER, TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER M. Kill buy black points, HI hands till Is UISI4 lllll ail lulu limii't' Itlllltl.1 llllll s,,i ais nai.l tUlli IIIS)1I tats.il ill! llliV iiood lione. anlendld Uick and Hue neck. well W. J, B. PAXTON. J. Dr. Shoop's ,1. 15. Owsley, Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S DRUG STORE. J. C. McClary, jit i. John Smith, tho Negro who late Sat. urday afternoon attempted a criminal assault on Miss Mary E. Ewing, two miles from Arcadia, Fla., by dragging her from a buggy, was captured Sunday morning and lynched. Seven miners were killed, several slightly injured and many narrowly es caped as a result of a premature ex plosion of dynamite in mine No. 37 of the Berwlnd-Whit- e Coal Co., f mile from Winderber, Pa. one-hal- DIREOTORSt Stanfonl; S. II. Shank", Staufonl; Geo. r. Carter, Stanford John 11. Foster, Stiitifortl; V. II. Shanks, Stanfonl; T. C. Kun- kin, L'liicaster; J. Ii. Fusion, Stanfonl; V. II. Traylor, GilherU Creek; K. L. Huhblo, Lancaster; f. II. Cuinmiui!, Freachersvillc; Lilhurn Gooeh. GilherU Creek. GALTON 12910 Hensou of Hire of 1UM. e Red Light. Ited sorrel horse. 4 years old. Id handshluh. Ultra weight and bone. nircu ny lumous ronusier nun sire, lied Ieaf,who Is too well known to till horsemen to need description and edlgree, he by V. V. Ulay SilH, ut dam by Ited Wilkes. Ited Light' 1st dam wus Duv Maid by OeelMnii IslV, son of the great (iaintwttu Wilkes: 2nd dam Nell by old llalsornmrd dam Noonday byHt. Klmo; tth dum Midnight by I'llot, Jr., 6th dam Twilight by iMJiliigtoii; nth dam Darkness by Wagner. In ollurlng the services of this promlslug young stallion vm feel safe tu saying tbut with Ills site, style, form, apeed and action that ho la bound to prote n greut stock horse. Will stand nt my livery burn In Htaufordut 15 to Insure a llvlug colt, moil-edue when colt Is foaled or mare purtud with, lie sure to sue him before brooding your good mares. (l.fI.l)KAZLi;V, rtnnford, Ky. y Undertaker Embalmorand Dealer In Harnoss,'8addlery, STANFORD, PtT The steamship Mars, one of the three colliers being built by tho Maryland Steel Co. for tho Navy Department, was launched at Sparrows Point. Tho Mars will have cost, when comnleteil 'about $500,000. KY- - fhoae, T, Hom;ihoa s. I'alos of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In '10 minutes suro, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo full formula on 25u llox. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. AI Hums. 2.Ai', and sit other with trials from iis.k) to ;li, are the only ones tliut ttereet er bund-ltthose for speed. Also thu sire of one dam with one In the z:.l list. Hired liyOumlietta Wll. kesJilld., the sire In the X::l list. 10 In Jill) and totter, claimed to be the greatest In the world. 1st dam Daisy Field sire (grand dam ofS with lecordsof from V:I7 tu i:ik(,i by Knllcld lift, sou of llumhletoiihiii in. dam by Ht'eley's American Htur, Knlleid bust) In i:Ji. hi daughter hutii it) In tint, or toller, Jnd dum tjulckstep by Kentucky 1'rlnte. Jr., sire ol J.tJ. f.UV.. lifri and dam of ISdn the i:Jo list 3rd dum by Old Joe, tire of the dam of J.l). s:ll!i. Ouiloti carries the blood of four leading famllle: llnmbletonliiii. Wilkes, Mum hrtno Chief and Heeley'i American Htar, (lultou'scolts have gone against and the tost In harness classes una road ster rings, they are In great demand, selling us high a id after maturity, ycurllugs from ll.'ii tu JM. (lulton will stand ut iuv stublet mile West 1Sof Hustonvlllu on pike ut to Insure u llvlug colt. Money due If mare I traded lifter being bred. Plenty ot gran ut MM per mouth, saved ex preasly for mares, no other stock mlved with mure, have grass lot mid large slubles for unire to foal. (Iruln 11fiilat co.t. K Phone III residence, ustonvllle ichnnge. W.M. IH)DD. HustoiiMlle.Ky. S:IH' d Cahln Jfrst 7faional Stanford, Jty, Oryciniitci. SS2. Capital utoak, Surplui and 1ndivtdid SProfilt, Sftancj SSO.OOO. oti S9, OOO. U'm-onad- e, Jfas paid in 'Dividends sinoo Organization, Snoito OFFICERS. , S2t 500, an Our tyu Jfccounis v- 70riti 1 DIRECTORS. J. II. Daughman. M, Petlas, H. C. Uaugbraan, . V. Cummlnj, S. T. Harri. a0. C, Roblnaon, W. H. O'Bannon J. S. Hoeker, 0. E. Tate. - S. ilocker, President,. Ke'i. S. T. Harris, John J. McRobetu, Cashier; II. C. Baughroan, Ant. Caih,'r W.W.Saundefi.Uookkeeper. M D. Klmore. J. I iAaY